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Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Assam: Bangladeshi citizen Islam Mondal enrolled his name in the Voter list in Morigaon, arrested 

A serious case of Muslim infiltration has come to light from the Morigaon district of Assam. A Bangladeshi Muslim citizen has enrolled his name in the Voter’s list in the Lahorighat Constituency of Morigaon district. After receiving information from sources, the Police raided his residence and arrested the Bangladeshi citizen with his grandson. 

The arrested Bangladeshi citizen has been identified as Islam Mondal(70), and his grandson’s name is Mustakim(13). Both are residents of Maymensingh district of Bangladesh.

As per reports, the arrested with his minor grandson entered Bharat through the Tripura border with valid passports and visas on the 15th of December this year. Eventually, they reached Assam and lived in a rented house in South Senimari. But instead of returning, the Bangladeshi citizen stayed and managed to enrol his name in the voter’s list.

Recently, an updated voter’s list has been published. It has been seen that Islam Mondal has enrolled his name in the list with a new name, ‘Nur Islam’. 

After seeing this, locals informed the Police. Today, a team of Police raided the rented house of Islam Mondal and arrested him along with his minor grandson Mustakim. The Police are now questioning how he enrolled his name in the Voter list. 

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